Print
223 results total, viewing 1 - 10
A bill that would have asked Colorado voters to approve a sales tax increase to help fund billions of dollars in transportation projects has been rejected by Republicans in the state Senate. But the Democratic speaker of the House is optimistic … more
With Littleton going through its second round of recruiting city manager candidates, some members of city council want to offer the job to interim manager Mark Relph. Relph, the city's public works director, has been the interim city manager … more
A proposal to increase the rental rates at a city-owned senior housing complex did not move forward at Littleton City Council on April 18. The council will hear more from city staff in upcoming meetings about its options when it comes to Geneva … more
Because of her experience as a student in public schools, Ashley Maes decided to home-school her 7-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter. “When I was in school, I never felt challenged,” the Littleton resident said. “I was present in school … more
Rising home equity and decreasing property tax rates sound like a win-win for Colorado homeowners. But Douglas County Assessor Lisa Frizell warns there is a downside. “It’s kind of a nice thing because our taxes won’t increase,” she said. … more
Thirteen area educators were honored at the 2017 Teacher Appreciation Dinner sponsored by the Littleton Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on April 12. The annual event allows high school seniors to honor educators, mentors and … more
The West Hampden Investors partnership purchased the former Sports Authority headquarters property in the 1000 block of West Hampden Avenue in Englewood for $15.7 million. “We really liked a lot about the site and its possibilities,” said Stu … more
Littleton’s urban renewal authority met on April 13 for the first time since the appointment of five new members, discussing a possible tax increment-financed project at the vacant Columbine Square shopping center. Littleton Invests for … more
For a decade it has been fact of political life, Ed Perlmutter owned Colorado’s 7th District. A business lawyer born and raised in Jefferson County, Perlmutter leaped from the state Senate to the 7th Congressional District seat in 2006. In six … more
Alex Muñoz danced, tossed a wooden rifle in the air and maneuvered a giant white flag under the lights of Englewood High School's football field. Along with about 100 other musicians, she was performing one last time before venturing 7,620 miles … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 23 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.